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January 2021

Water Wise 2021 Brown Bag Series: How to Utilize a Domestic Well Efficiently

January 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Featuring Bill Cook from the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Greenlee County Horticulture Program. Mr. Cook will speak on how to utilize a domestic well efficiently and for longevity. The life expectancy of a pump is measured in cycles, how many times it starts and stops. When designing or upgrading an irrigation system it is best to know the volume produce at given pressure and to design a system around those numbers. This will reduce the cycling of the pump.,…

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February 2021

FREE Virtual Brown Bag Lecture with Roger Naylor: Arizona’s Scenic Roads and Hikes

February 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Roger Naylor’s latest book, Arizona’s Scenic Roads and Hikes, coaxes readers outdoors with the promise of an array of wonders. Arizona’s Scenic Roads and Hikes points the way toward the very best the state has to offer. Travel sun-kissed deserts to the summits of snow-capped mountains, from the cosmic abyss of the Grand Canyon to the red rocks of Sedona and the haunting hoodoos of the Chiricahua Mountains. Visit ancient Native American villages, chase Old West legends, and get your…

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FREE Virtual Brown Bag Lecture with Elizabeth Wrozek – Fry Pioneer Cemetery: A Project Decades in the Making

February 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Founded in 1919, the Fry Pioneer Cemetery is the final resting place of one of the area's founding families, early settlers of Hispanic and Yaqui descent who labored in the area and unidentified infants buried under cover of darkness. Many graves were unmarked in the general cemetery area outside of the family plot, leaving those laid to rest unrecognized. Join Elizabeth as she recounts these early settlers' history and decades-long efforts to preserve and restore this significant historical resource. Join…

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March 2021

FREE Virtual Brown Bag Lecture with Becky Orozco: My Life in Ruins

March 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Becky has spent much of the last 50 years in pursuit of archaeology. How did a girl from Willcox end up traveling the world (62 countries and counting) and digging up the past? Join us and discover her journey.

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FREE Virtual Brown Bag Lecture with David Santor: White City

March 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This presentation discusses how the present-day city of Sierra Vista came to be named after a saloon and brothel. The presentation follows Irish immigrant John Reilly, from his immigration to the United States, his service in the U.S. Army, and then to his homestead claim in what we now know as Sierra Vista and his establishment of a barroom and brothel on the doorstep of Fort Huachuca in 1905. John Reilly named his business "The White City". The name stuck…

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April 2021

FREE Virtual Brown Bag Lecture with Mike Anderson: Are we Alone in the Universe?

April 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Have other, more advanced civilizations visited our planet? Compelling evidence exists that something is causing police officers, astronauts, airline pilots, military personnel working at facilities where nuclear weapons are present, and other reputable observers to report extraordinary events. Several nations have already conducted objective scientific studies of the UFO phenomenon, and those studies have resulted in fascinating conclusions.

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FREE Virtual Brown Bag Lecture with David Santor: City of Sierra Vista History Pre-1954

April 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The history of the City of Sierra Vista is really the story of two completely different communities. Fort Huachuca closed right after World War II. When it reopened in 1954, it was a completely different military base. It no longer was home to segregated soldiers, and the basic mission of the base changed from training combat infantry soldiers to providing support services to the Army. The pre-1954 community of Fry was one filled with crime, corruption, prostitution, and so forth.…

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